Day 40 – Receive the breakthrough

Read Isaiah 43, Revelation 21 Call To Prayer You’ve reached the end of 40 days of prayer and fasting! We have lamented, cried out to God, and sought Him like never before. We have experienced His presence and His power. We have prayed, and He has heard us. As we approach the end of this fast, He is calling us …

Day 39 – Heaven looks like this

Read Revelation 7:9-17 Call to Prayer Revelation 7:9-17 shows our future together in Christ. On that day, we will stand in unity with every nation, tribe, people, and language, praising Jesus our King. His rule means the end of sickness and death, hunger, and thirst, and the end of suffering and loss. On that day, we will rejoice because the …

Day 38 – Jesus is worthy!

Read Revelation 5 Call to Prayer In Revelation 5, John gets a glimpse into the throne room of heaven. He sees amazing things — creatures, elders, and angels all centered around one person. It’s more dramatic and awe-inspiring than anything Hollywood could dream up. It all makes one point: Jesus Christ, the Lamb who was slain, is worthy of worship. …

Day 37 – Faith that’s undeniable

Read Acts 4:13-31 Call to Prayer Believers’ boldness makes Christ’s reality undeniable. In Acts 4, we see that clear, true Christ-centered faith has a way of converting the cold and refuting the religious. Not education. Not impressive arguments. Not even our most calculated religious rhetoric. It only takes a few ordinary, emboldened Christians to turn the world around. As we …

Day 36 – This is still good news

Read Colossians 1:3-23 Call to Prayer The Gospel never gets old. The good news that Jesus rose from the grave changed each of us, and it’s still changing lives today. “This is the wonderful message that is being spread everywhere, powerfully changing hearts throughout the earth, just like it has changed you! Every believer of this good news bears the …

Day 35 – Busy with the wrong things?

Read Revelation 3:1-6 Call to Prayer In Revelation 3:1-6, Jesus rebukes the church in Sardis for being busy about the wrong things. The church appeared godly, but their actions were not empowered or led by the Holy Spirit. They were doing lots of work for God without working with God. Religious duty is an effective distraction that can, in time, …

Day 34 – His yoke is easy

Read Matthew 11:1-30 Call to Prayer Matthew 11 reminds us that those who trust in Jesus find peace and security, regardless of circumstances. Like John the Baptist, we’ve all wondered, “Lord, are you going to do something about this?” No matter what comes our way, we take heart in knowing the kingdom of God is advancing through Christ. Through Jesus, …

Day 33 – Be still and know

Read Psalm 46 Call to Prayer Stress, anxiety, and confusion push us into one of two states: paralysis or frantic activity. In stress, many of us rush and hustle our way to exhaustion. Others are paralyzed with worry, unable to make plans or decisions because of the uncertainty we face. Psalm 46 gives us good news: God is with you. …

Day 32 – Evil doesn’t win

Read Psalm 37 Call to Prayer Evil may try to scream in the streets. Darkness may try to linger. Psalm 37declares one powerful message: Evil doesn’t win. Sometimes the darkness feels overwhelming. Our flesh gets tired and our faith becomes battle-worn. But praise be to God who gives us everything. Though what we have seems small, it is greater than …

Day 31 – God is eager to save you

Read Psalm 30 Call to Prayer Psalm 30 declares God is our helper, our redeemer, our healer, our rescuer, and our protector. We can call to God in our darkest hour. He will hear us and heal us. No longer do we have to strive to heal ourselves. We have a good Father who wants to do it for us. …